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Who's Eddie - Take Me Up flac album

MP3 1190 mb. | FLAC 1876 mb. | WMA 1818 mb.

Performer: Who's Eddie
Title: Take Me Up
Country: UK
Released: 1996
Style: House, Euro House
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.5 ✦

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I have no idea who it is though. I've never seen this art before until I started to look up these images. Still looks pretty cool. Promotional Piece for "Somewhere in Time". They ultimately didn't use it in its entirety, but they did take the Smoking Eddie and re-purpose it for the main Album Art (viewed above in the clouds). A closer shot of the Burning Eddie. Notice all the little people burning inside. Take me up. No way! I'm sure.

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Meanwhile, the album Connections & Disconnections (re-issued on CD as Who's a Funkadelic) was released under the name Funkadelic in 1981. The album was recorded by former Funkadelic members and original Parliaments Fuzzy Haskins, Calvin Simon, and Grady Thomas, who had left P-Funk in 1977 after disagreements with George Clinton's management practices. Funkadelic had a major influence on a large number of hip-hop artists, and the genre of hip-hop as a whole. In particular, Dr. Dre references Funkadelic's sound as a major influence on his music, especially his G-funk sound. Funkadelic's 1979 release "(Not Just) Knee Deep" in particular was sampled extensively by G-Funk artists, including placements. on Dr. Dre's The Chronic, Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle, MC Hammer's Street Fighter OST, and Tupac's All Eyez On M. .

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The Who also debuted "Guantanamo" live, a song which was included on Pete Townshend's 2015 solo collection Truancy, The Very Best of Pete Townshend. Just a couple songs later, the Wembley crowd was treated to another surprise as Eddie Vedder was welcomed onstage to help sing the Quadrophenia cut "The Punk and the Godfather. Watch footage of "Hero Ground Zero" and Vedder's surprise appearance below. The Who return to North American in September. Dates are listed below and ticketing info can be found here.

Later, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, who supported the band earlier in the evening, joined The Who onstage during a section dedicated to their 1973 album ‘Quadrophenia’, for ‘The Punk And The Godfather’. They wrapped up their set with ‘Baba O’Riley’. Overture’ ‘It’s A Boy’ ‘1921’ ‘Amazing Journey’ ‘Sparks’ ‘Pinball Wizard’ ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ ‘Who Are You’ ‘Eminence Front’ ‘Imagine A Man’ ‘Hero Ground Zero’ ‘Join Together’ ‘Substitute’ ‘The Seeker’ ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’ ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ ‘Still Waiting For The Big Cigar’ ‘The Real Me’ ‘I’m One’ ‘The Punk And The Godfather’ ‘5:15’ ‘Drowned’ ‘The Rock’ ‘. Love, Reign O’er Me’ ‘Baba O’Riley’. Earlier in the evening, Vedder supported the band with a number of Pearl Jam cuts including ‘Black’, ‘Porche’, ‘Better Man’, ‘I Am Mine’ and ‘Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town’.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Take Me Up (Xenomania 12")
Remix – Xenomania
A2 Take Me Up (Adams & Gielen Radio Mix)
Remix – Gielen*, Adams*
B1 Take Me Up (Wag Ya Tail)
Remix – Wag Ya Tail
B2 Take Me Up (Adams & Gielen Club Mix)
Arranged By – Martin Brannigan, Ray "Madman" Hedges*Remix – Gielen*, Adams*


  • Producer – Ray "Madman" Hedges*
  • Written-By – D. Molloy, J. Molloy, K. Molloy, M. Brannigan*, R. Hedges*


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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
575635-2 Who's Eddie Take Me Up ‎(CD, Maxi) Polydor 575635-2 UK 1996
none Who's Eddie Take Me Up ‎(12") Polydor none UK 1996
none Who's Eddie Take Me Up ‎(Cass, S/Sided, Maxi, Promo) Polydor none UK 1996
TAKE-1, TAKE 1 Who's Eddie Take Me Up ‎(12", Promo) Polydor, Polydor TAKE-1, TAKE 1 UK 1996
NED DJ 1 Who's Eddie Take Me Up ‎(12", Promo) Polydor NED DJ 1 Unknown